Was the 1960's really a great decade for automobiles?
- 3 months agoFavorite Answer
For many classic car—and certainly all American muscle car—fans, the 1960s are unrivaled in terms of the sheer number of iconic collector vehicles produced throughout the decade. New-car sales records were broken in 1968, and again in 1969. ... That's why the 1960s form the Best Decade in Automotive History.Source(s): Google.
- M.Lv 73 months ago
Surely it was..
- 3 months ago
mid 50's to mid 70's are the best years.
- Anonymous3 months ago
The 1966 American car was probably never equaled. A guy in "Car and Driver" tore down his '66 Buick after 115 K, No Wear except .010" at very top of cylinders. Could have almost slapped back together.
After '66, things got sloppier.
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- AlCaponeLv 73 months ago
Yes, it was the era of great looking styles, focus on performance, and before government safety/emissions requirements ruined everything.
- mermelizLv 73 months ago
Yes! Both the 1950's and 60's!
- OliveLv 73 months ago
No idea but they certainly did make awesome looking cars
- regeruggedLv 73 months ago
I think it was good for muscle cars. But no cars were well made then.
- Ding DongLv 63 months ago
To look at certainly, to maintain no.